Low End BSD
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BSD on low end machines.
"In other words, OpenBSD achieved a degree of functionality in 30 minutes that I was unable to achieve with Slackware after three weeks. Even my Alcatel USB modem seems to work (no compiling of the kernel necessary) on Stinker, so I am now starting to relocate all the unnecessary tasks that the iBook had to endure (audio streaming, file serving, mail serving, etc.) to Stinker and finally freeing the iBook from all its USB hubs and cables."
(Submitted by Noel Fri May 31, 2002 )
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